"I'm sure when I ponder my life experiences, during the twilight of my years, I will regard my six weeks in Thailand as six of the most sensational weeks of my life... I traveled to Thailand hoping for an enriching experience. What I found exceeded my wildest expectations."
Chris Cox, International Health Program, Thailand

Since 1993, Global Service Corps has been designing and implementing unique service-learning programs that are specific to the needs of the communities in which we serve. Starting in Costa Rica close to two decades ago, GSC has continually refined existing programs and developed new community training programs with work in Africa and Southeast Asia. Ranging from programs in sustainable agriculture to HIV/AIDS education and awareness, these field case studies demonstrate how GSC identifies needs in the community and implements programs to address these needs. Our case studies also display some of the international development work being done by GSC and the outcomes achieved for local communities and cultures.

  • Case Study in Cambodia: Traditional Gender Attitudes and Relations from a study by GSC Cambodia Country Director Susan Hagadorn, Ed.D., MPA 
  • Case Study in Tanzania: HIV/AIDS and Youth in Tanzania: From Awareness to Behavioral Change by Jenaya Rockman, MPH, Former GSC Tanzania HIV/AIDS Program Coordinator & Moving Farmers Toward Organic Production Is Not Simply a Training Issue But Involves Long-Term Accompaniment by Erwin Kinsey, MS, Global Service Corps Tanzania Country Director